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Axes are labeled in centimeters, and colors indicate wind speed.
Expanding oblong shape is the blast wave moving along the surface, blowing down trees with wind speeds decreasing from high hurricane force of 60 m/s (magenta) to below 20 m/s (yellow).
If such an arrangement of large shallow ponds were visited by a sudden and scorching heat from above, one might conclude that the resulting explosions would leave relatively arranged "craters."As incredible as this may seem, at first, no portion of this theory is impossible or even improbable.
Like mammoth, large saber toothed cats, giant ground sloth and other now extinct Pleistocene mammals, giant beaver were residents of the Bay area in relatively recent times.
How, for example can they account for regional winds being so much more emphatic in their earth sculpturing activities in the border region of the Carolinas than elsewhere in the region?
Various studies indicate that the environment at the time of Bay formation, broadly 10,000 to 20,000 years BP, hardly resembled the treeless windswept plains of the locales visited by Kaczorowski. Robert Kobres, an independent researcher in Athens, Georgia, has studied Carolina Bays for nearly 20 years in conjunction with his larger interest in impact threats from space.To verify that such encounters are possible outside of the physics lab, we need look no further than the so-called "Tunguska event." On June 30, 1908, in the vicinity of the Tunguska River deep in Siberia, a tremendous explosion instantly leveled 2000 sq. of tundra, felling trees by the millions, all left pointing outward from a central area.News accounts of the day told of Londoners being able to read newspapers from the glow of the night sky for days afterward, and seismographs worldwide recording an apparent cataclysm in Siberia.See the Clovis Comet presentation to the 2008 Pecos Archeological Conference here "The Clovis Comet" from the Mammoth Trumpet Our article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science with data from the Carolina Bays Various links and articles concerning the Younger Dryas Impact Event See the mysterious North American "Black Mat" here Sandia National Nuclear Laboratory modeling of small asteroid airbursts See the Acapulco/AGU Press Conference on You Tube National Geographic Show on You Tube 20 oblique aerial photos of Carolina bays YD Impact Abstracts, May 22, 2007 Acapulco AGU Search Google for "Younger Dryas" and "black mats" Acapulco Joint Assembly\AGU session on the Ice Age Catastrophe The Carolina Bays and the Ice Age Catastrophe Ancient Myth and comet encounters Impact Frequency Analysis Ancient Art and Comet Inspired Motifs "That Kaczorowski, the current leader of the wind theorists, found it necessary to journey all but literally to the ends of the earth to view features on harsh landscapes in fierce climes that only faintly resemble Carolina Bays speaks for the uniqueness of the Carolina Bay phenomena, particularly when the striking images brought back from those places are contrasted with Carolina Bays.Even more pertinent questions confronting the wind origin theorists are nearer at hand.